Trying to compile a large library of documents with my AIR app using commnad line and cannot get a runtime created due to
several warnings in the code - which I expected to be ignored.
Is there no way to compile and ignore warnings ?
I've tried editing the air-config.xml and using the following
amxmlc -strict=false -show-unused-type-selector-warnings=false [mySourceMXML]
neither will compile the app and displays the list of code warnings (primarily CSS)
Also it even reports an untyped variable warning for code that is //commented ????
Correction to my earlier post.
I was finally able to compile to .swf file but I need to create the AIR installer package from command line ( Linux) - what am I missing ?
Not sure what you want to know.
You need to use ADT to pakcage the AIR file. I hope this is what you want to find out.
You need to download the Adobe AIR SDK for Linux from http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/entitlement/index.cfm?e=airsdk&loc=en_us, extract it and use ADT(which you will get as part of this SDK) to package the application. You might want to see http://livedocs.adobe.com/flex/3/html/help.html?content=CommandLineTools_5.html#1035876 for checking out the ADT options and usage.
Hope that helps.